News Briefing : BBC Radio 4 FM : August 13, 2016 05:30AM-05:43AM BST
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🔗 Are the marks and point to Cape Wrath West four
🔗 or five occasionally six at first decreasing three times later.
🔗 Showers good occasionally moderate.
🔗 Shutting dials west three or four increasing five times occasional rain
🔗 or showers for patches moderate or good occasionally very poor.
🔗 And having bullets in all be back with mostly fine weekend outlook in a few minutes
🔗 time. Kori Thanks John. This is B.B.C.
🔗 Radio chorus help us five on Saturday the thirteenth of August. Good morning.
🔗 This is news briefing with Cory Caulfield sobriety Wiggins has become Britain's
🔗 most successful Olympic athletes winning his ates medal his fifth gold at the
🔗 bedroom in Rio The chancellor said the government will maintain the funding of many
🔗 organizations due to lose even money because a prank says American defense
🔗 officials have confirmed
🔗 that drones have killed the leader of the Islamic state group in Afghanistan
🔗 and Pakistan.
🔗 So Bradley Wiggins has become Britain's most decorated Olympian by winning a gold
🔗 medal at the Rio Games said Bradley
🔗 and Clancy Stephen back into Owen to beat Australia
🔗 and the final of the team pursuit cycling they broke the world record in the
🔗 process surprised Lee who has now won five gold medals one silver
🔗 and two bronze at return to track cycling of the eighty S. The B.B.C.
🔗 Commentator Simon brothers
🔗 and describes the final moments of the race after
🔗 the victory as a Bradley pay tribute.
🔗 To his teammates when US guys are on the line
🔗 and make sure job ahead of the lead in some ways I realize what we're going to have
🔗 an adverse to these guys bouncing off the ceiling.
🔗 A lot of new Nirupama can't get all in check.
🔗 Hersh went through the process it was one step at a time you think about the goal
🔗 and that's hard when for you to make the winning goal chiffonier
🔗 and we'll have a full roundup of the rest of the Olympics action data in the
🔗 program. The chancellor Philip Hammond has promised
🔗 that the government will take of E.U.
🔗 Funding for farmers scientists
🔗 and other projects up to twenty twenty is guaranteeing that any E.U.
🔗 Funded projects signed before the forthcoming autumn statement will retain the flow
🔗 of cash once Britain has left the European Union.
🔗 He said it was vital
🔗 that funding was not interrupted what we're doing here is guaranteeing
🔗 that projects that have already been signed.
🔗 Although they're going to be signed over the coming months.
🔗 Even if the payment of those funds runs on beyond the time we levy will be
🔗 guaranteed by the British government to the recipients whether that's a local
🔗 authority an alley pay a university
🔗 or a business American defense officials say they believe the leader of the Islamic
🔗 state group in Pakistan and Afghanistan was killed in the U.S.
🔗 Drone strike last month after his side.
🔗 Karna former Taliban leader has carried out a number of deadly attacks inside
🔗 Afghanistan. New figures from the N.H.S.
🔗 Blood and transplant surveys show
🔗 that hundreds of people are perceived an organ donation from someone who had cancer.
🔗 Official guidance allows this to happen and is being stressed
🔗 that some organs can be used safely hundreds of people have had their site saved by
🔗 donors who donated only their corneas.
🔗 Councils in England
🔗 and Wales according to the power to charge utility firms the digging up roads the
🔗 Local Government Association sense
🔗 that charging companies for every day they close the lane on key routes can speed
🔗 up roadworks and reduce congestion the deputy. Chairman of the L.G.A.
🔗 Council a piece of planning says it would be a positive change.
🔗 I think many of us hope of seeing utility companies bigging up the road
🔗 and then another utility company coming along the week after digging up the same
🔗 bit of the road lane when two screens would allow us to better coordinate this
🔗 but also charge the firm for when thing that lay allowing us to charge them
🔗 and move the works on much quicker the boxer car from turn has received rapturous
🔗 welcome in his home city of Belfast after he became the world featherweight
🔗 champion six months ago from Tim won the W.B. A super bantamweight title.
🔗 He told his fans he wants to be the first Irishman to be world champion in three
🔗 different categories
🔗 but that's the news now let's get the weather forecast from John Hammond.
🔗 Thank you. Cory Well we're going smites of won gold in Rio perturb back home.
🔗 Cavendish was the winner Cavendish in Suffolk record the highest temperature
🔗 yesterday twenty nine degrees it would be quite as warm as
🔗 that today because we've got a week cold front spreading its way down across
🔗 England and Wales a little weight cold front.
🔗 So it does mean it's going to turn terribly cold just not just as warm as yesterday
🔗 across some southern areas that's a cold front is producing a lot of cloud
🔗 and some patchy rain just pushing its way down through parts of Wales
🔗 and into the Bristol Channel at the moment builds water right into across parts of
🔗 the Midlands
🔗 and East Anglia will continue to churn its way southward so after a bright
🔗 and sunny start across some southern coastal areas will tend to cloud over for a
🔗 time with the old spot of grease of the rain but that will die away
🔗 and even the cloud will tend to break up by the afternoon
🔗 but we more cloud in the sky than some of us saw yesterday
🔗 and consequently won't be just as warm
🔗 but still comfortable enough temperatures up into the low twenty's quite widely now
🔗 behind that front for northern England for more than is in Scotland broken cloud
🔗 and some sunshine scattered showers
🔗 and they'll be most prevalent across parts of the northwest of Northern Ireland to
🔗 the west of Scotland and some parts of North thing
🔗 that might catch the odd shout but they'll be fleeting.
🔗 Fares and away from the northwest of Scotland they'll be fairly light as well.
🔗 So most places will have a dry day with broken cloud and sunshine
🔗 and subs called seas more northern areas high teens low twenty's in the brightest
🔗 areas but across the far northwest of Scotland will have the most showers
🔗 and a brisk wind will be fresher mid teens will be typical.
🔗 Not to tonight should be quite cold and then on Sunday another fine day to come.
🔗 I think they'll be fair bit of cloud building up
🔗 but a cloud should be fairly innocuous producing nothing more than the odd isolated
🔗 shower some of the best of the sunshine tomorrow around the coast
🔗 and again temperatures high teens to low twenty's North to South Korea.
🔗 Thanks very much John.
🔗 Time now for a glance of some of the newspapers path at home and abroad.
🔗 Bradley Wiggins record breaking a limb pick victory with Team G.B.'s pursuit
🔗 cycling team is all.
🔗 Many of the front pages world beaters says the headline in the eye which has a
🔗 picture of the four men speeding around the track in tight formation at the bedroom
🔗 in Rio. The mirrors take on the story is here we go.
🔗 It's half a picture of some Bradley holding up five fingers at the medal ceremony
🔗 representing the five golds he's won the same photo is on the front page of The
🔗 Times with the caption riding high
🔗 and the Daily Telegraph which describes Britain's most decorated Olympian as super
🔗 Brad. This is the Morning Herald reports on the controversy
🔗 that overshadowed Australia's fast track and field medal at the Rio Games.
🔗 It happened after Dane bird Smith on the bronze in the men's twenty kilometer walk
🔗 in the moments
🔗 that followed the athlete's father David Smith who was manning a water station on
🔗 the course try to go and join his son at the finish line
🔗 but he was detained by armed Brazilian military officials.
🔗 The Herald says
🔗 that more than an hour after the race had ended Australian Olympic Committee
🔗 officials were still negotiating to his release.
🔗 Many of the papers reported on the promise by the Chancellor Philip Hammond
🔗 that up until twenty twenty the government will cover the cost to be found.
🔗 Being loved by many organizations as a result of the U.K.'s exit from the E.U.
🔗 The Sun welcomes the announcement saying
🔗 that it's the latest example of power in the paper's Wired's breaks it.
🔗 Britain is already confounding the doubters The Times has the coverage of the
🔗 bombings in Thailand in recent days it into these British holidaymakers who were in
🔗 the resort of why when where there were two explosions on Thursday.
🔗 The paper's leader these people not to be put off travelling abroad by terrorist
🔗 attacks to stay at home
🔗 or withdraw inside a fortified hotel abroad it says is to hand victory to jihadists.
🔗 There's concern in the Express about the measures being employed by migrants in
🔗 northern France to try to get to the U.K.
🔗 Under the headline chali threats growing the paper's leaders sense
🔗 that the French will pour it is desperately need to get a grip on the situation
🔗 that is spiraling out of control.
🔗 The Daily Mail seems perplexed by the decision of the former you can't lead an idle
🔗 Faraj to grow a mustache.
🔗 It has a large picture of Mr Ferrars sporting his new look
🔗 when he appeared yesterday on the T.V. Channel Russia Today.
🔗 The headline is good grief.
🔗 Nigel What are you trying to tell us the mail says them of stars provoked what it
🔗 called a social media frenzy.
🔗 Finally the Guardian reports on expectations
🔗 that Gary Lineker might present the first episode of the new series of man to the
🔗 bait tonight on B.B.C. One wearing just his underpants last season.
🔗 Lineker promise that he would do.
🔗 Leicester City who me played for and supports won the Premier League.
🔗 They went on to do save the Guardian says
🔗 that not since Celia Johnson laid eyes on Trevor Howard as a nation been saved
🔗 captivated by a brief encounter. And that's our look at the papers.
🔗 Sports and Team G.B.
🔗 In the third in the Olympic medals table after another day of success at the Rio
🔗 Games reporting on that
🔗 and the rest of the action his Bill Rice told force a Bradley Wiggins
🔗 and the team pursuit.
🔗 Shoot in a new world record was one of three triumphs for Britain on day seven in
🔗 Rio There were also two gold medals in thirty minutes at the rowing regatta had a
🔗 stunning. Helen Glover
🔗 and now one beaten in five years after leading from start to finish to defend their
🔗 title just means so much more pressure are so much harder to get down
🔗 but the show shows Reagan is no mean it's just me. So it should be here London.
🔗 I know the home game is nothing most special but this is I defending it.
🔗 So I shouldn't like it
🔗 or not is you don't really want to get every day have a race
🔗 that was also victory for Britain in the men's four for the fifth consecutive
🔗 Olympic Games.
🔗 There were three silver medals to just call him picked up her second medal of the
🔗 games in the women's eight hundred meter freestyle over eleven seconds behind Katie
🔗 Ledecky of America. He set a new world record to win.
🔗 Who he is gave some of the six needed to be back to get a win he said Meadows an
🔗 expert in pigs I want to believe you ever said there's no way that could happen
🔗 but take a look at a case a lot of hard work a lot of setbacks just to get me here
🔗 but you know what I say worth it when you come out the other side.
🔗 Twenty five year old Bryony page became the first British woman to win an Olympic
🔗 medal in trampoline Inc while the equestrian team took silver in the dressage
🔗 defending champion Jessica Ennis hailed leads.
🔗 After four events of the heptathlon with Katherina Johnson Thompson in fourth.
🔗 Andy Murray is through to the semifinals of the tennis after beating Steve Johnson
🔗 in a final set side break.
🔗 But he lost in the mixed doubles alongside Heather Watson on the way from Rio India
🔗 will start the third day of the fourth Test twelve runs ahead of England.
🔗 Eunice Khan's unbeaten century helping them to three hundred and forty for six
🔗 and champions Leicester will get the new Premier League season under way they go to
🔗 newly promoted hole. In the lunchtime kick off.
🔗 Bill Rice look ahead now to some of the items in the diary for later in the day
🔗 Cubans are expected to mark the ninetieth birthday of the country's former leader
🔗 Fidel Castro with street parties concerts and south of celebrations.
🔗 It's not clear whether he will make a public appearance the Labor leader Jeremy
🔗 called a dentist challenge
🔗 and Smith's will both all campaigning rallies mystic open is due to appear out
🔗 and about then to end.
🔗 Milton Keynes this afternoon Mr Smith will make a speech to supporters in South
🔗 East London in which he'll outline his approach to housing the N.H.S.
🔗 and Workers' rights.
🔗 Finally got back at some of the stories making news on the staging area yes East
🔗 German troops sealed the border between East
🔗 and West Berlin with barbed wire in one thousand nine hundred sixty six the barrier
🔗 would later become the balun wall. The B.B.C.
🔗 Reporter Brian horse
🔗 and described the attempts by people from the east to get across the border before
🔗 it was sealed through.